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People, Politics and Economic Life:  Exploring Appalachia with Quantitative Methods

This is the second edition, published in 1996, of a workbook designed as a supplementary text for courses on regional studies, geography, history, and social sciences. The text teaches students how to explore issues people face in Appalachia. Data from the U.S. Bureau of the Census, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Appalachian Regional Commission, and other agencies that were originally collected for the first edition, were updated. A section was added on how to use the internet to research and obtain information from the national, regional, and county levels. Dr. Susan E. Keefe contributed an overview of the Appalachian region as the first chapter, titled: "Appalachia and Its People".

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